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24 Hour Party People: Music from the Motion Picture

Individual Member Projects - Billy Corgan


Format DOR Label ID Origin    
CD 2002-08-06 Sire/London/Rhino US [1] buy [amazon.com]
CD 2008-01-13 Warner Bros Records UK [2] buy [amazon.com]
DVD 2003-01-21 n/a US [3] buy [amazon.com]
NTSC VHS 2003-01-21 n/a US [4] buy [amazon.com]
 
Tracks of Interest

1. Anarchy in the UK - Sex Pistols   [1]   [2]   -   -  
2. 24 Hour Party People - Happy Mondays   [1]   [2]   -   -  
3. Transmission - Joy Division   [1]   [2]   -   -  
4. Ever Fallen In Love - The Buzzcocks   [1]   [2]   -   -  
5. Janie Jones - The Clash   [1]   [2]   -   -  
6. New Dawn Fades [Joy Division] (Live) - New Order feat. Moby, Billy Corgan, John Frusciante   [1]   [2]   -   -  
7. Atmosphere - Joy Division   [1]   [2]   -   -  
8. Otis - Duritti Column   [1]   [2]   -   -  
9. Voodoo Ray - A Guy Called Gerald   [1]   [2]   -   -  
10. Temptation - New Order   [1]   [2]   -   -  
11. Loose Fit - Happy Mondays   [1]   [2]   -   -  
12. Pacific State - 808 State   [1]   [2]   -   -  
13. Blue Monday - New Order   [1]   [2]   -   -  
14. Move Your Body - Marshall Jefferson   [1]   [2]   -   -  
15. She's Lost Control - Joy Division   [1]   [2]   -   -  
16. Hallelujah (Club Mix) - Happy Mondays   [1]   [2]   -   -  
17. Here To Stay - New Order   [1]   [2]   -   -  
18. Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division   [1]   [2]   -   -  


 
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Notes

  • An ingenious docudrama on the Manchester music scene of the 1980s and '90s. 24 Hour Party People traces the rise and fall of bands like Joy Division, New Order, and Happy Mondays--bands whose success in the U.S. was limited, but whose impact in Europe (and England in particular) was phenomenal. It all centers around the record label that spawned these bands, Factory Records, and its impresario Tony Wilson (Steve Coogan), a man both ludicrous in his self-absorption and brilliant in his willingness to go out on a limb for bands he likes. Coogan, a British comic, gives a remarkable and deeply funny performance that manages to be simultaneously sincere and ironic. The movie communicates what was great about this time without any false majesty--the squalor and disasters are as crucial to this portrait as the wild successes. The soundtrack, of course, is superb. -Amazon
  • Soundtrack includes a live cover of a Joy Division track by New Order, featuring Billy Corgan, Moby and John Frusciante.



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